# Morning Work Jan. 6th Math Poetry Science

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Morning Work Jan. 6th Math Poetry Science
1.) Read the poem below. The write two thoughts you would like to share with the class about the poem. 2.) Answer the science question. Write an explanation to defend your answers. 3.) Solve/answer the math problems. Math J.P. ran a 200-meter race in seconds. Yazmine ran the race in seconds. Who finished first? A. Yazmine, because < B. Yazmine, because < 25.74 C. J.P., because < 25.74 D. J.P., because = 2. At a recent track meet, the fastest time in the 40-yard dash was 4.37 seconds, and the slowest time was 5.8 seconds. How much time passed between the fastest runner and the slowest runner? 1.43 seconds 1.53 seconds 10.17 seconds 25.35 seconds Poetry The Way I Play Soccer Sweat streams down my face, And my skin turns red under the watchful eye of the sun. The sound of cleats pounding the earth is deafening As my enemies charge down the field towards me. I can sense the shooter is going to miss; All at once, the ball collides into my chest. Screams of victory roar across the field. The grass stained, game ball rests Rests lovingly between my two hands. Science 1. Which is the best choice for the handle of a frying pan? A. Metal, because it conducts heat. B. Wood, because it conducts heat. C. Metal, because it does not conduct heat. D. Wood, because it does not conduct heat 2. What best explains why hot air rises above a dark parking lot? A. The dark parking lot heats up the air. The hot air rises by conduction. B. The dark parking lot heats up the air. The hot air rises by convection. C. The dark parking lot heats up the air. The hot air rises by insulation. D. The dark parking lot heats up the air. The hot air rises by radiation.

Morning Work Jan. 7th Poetry Summertime is here
Plaza Pizza sells large pizzas for \$10.Each additional topping costs \$2. Mrs. Fisher is buying 1 large pizza with 3 additional toppings. She will pay with a\$20 bill. She used the expression 20 – 10 – 3 x 2 to find how much change she should receive. How much change should Mrs. Fisher receive? \$2 \$4 \$6 \$14 Poetry Summertime is here My tongue is a piece of sandpaper I’m dissolving into a puddle. I want to dive into a snowdrift Though I’m sure that would befuddle Open me up, my organs are cooked I think I’m now well done. You can fry an egg upon my brow As I melt away in the sun! Math 2. 1. Randi is heating soup. As she stirs the soup with a metal spoon, the spoon becomes hot and burns her hand. Why does the spoon burn the girl’s hand? A The heat from the soup is radiated through the spoon. B The heat from the soup is conducted through the spoon. C The warmth of the girl’s hand is radiated into the spoon. D The warmth of the girl’s hand is conducted into the spoon. 2. Jayden watches an ice cube melt into a puddle of water. Has a chemical reaction taken place? A. Yes, a gas has been given off. B. Yes, the color has changed. C. No, water does not react chemically. D. No, no new substances have formed. Science

Morning Work Jan. 8th Math A. 63,824.579 B. 23,687.495 Poetry Spring

Rain Morning Work Jan. 9th Math Poetry Science
1. . Math Poetry 2 What is the relationship between 7 and 0.07 in the number 7.673? A. 7 is 1,000 times smaller than 0.07 B. 7 is 100 times smaller than 0.07 C. 7 is 1,000 times bigger than 0.07 D. 7 is 100 times bigger than 0.07 Rain Rain races onto the porch Hitting hard like Rockets rushing in a race to the glass. Rattling rain, rattling the window panes. The droplets dance daintily Until they cleverly connect in A pool of promise for a rainbow Science 1. Which best describes heat transfer by radiation? a slice of bacon frying in a pan a pot on a stove boiling C. a camp fire warming hands D. a hot spoon in coffee 2. Ryan is stirring her hot chocolate with a metal spoon, and she notices that the spoon is getting hot. This is most likely caused by which type of heat? A. conduction B. convection C. radiation D. insulation

Morning Work Jan. 13th Poetry Math Science The Basketball Game
1 Which statement is false? a) 7.6 = 7.60 b) < 7.600 c) 7.6 < 7.60 d) 76 > 7.6 Poetry The Basketball Game The basketball swished As the ball dived right through It was a great shot, this much is true The buzzer let out it’s nasally laugh The end of the quarter, the end of the half The game did resume when the ref’s whistle barked ‘Players get ready’, their interest was sparked It was a tough game, the court became scuffed The brooms cleaned and polished, and made it all buffed The backboard was aching, as the shots kept on coming Despite its best efforts, the ball kept on drumming We had so much fun, the basket was tired And all of the players were hot and perspired 2 Estimate the difference of and 7.29 A) 21 B) 7 C) 21.17 D) 6.59 Math 1. 2. The local weather station is predicting that a warm front will pass through Charlotte, NC in two days. How will Charlotte’s weather  most likely be affected by the passing of a warm front? A. The wind speed will increase.  B. The air pressure will increase. C. The temperature will increase. Science

Morning Work Jan. 14th Math Poetry Science 1. 2. 8.6 X 100 = ? My Dog
B) 0.86 C) 86 D) 860 My Dog His bark breaks the sound barrier His nose is as cold as an ice box. A wag of his tail causes hurricanes His jumping causes falling rocks. He eats a mountain of dog food And drinks a water fall dry. But though he breaks the bank He’s the apple of my eye. 1. 2. Which shows an example of convection? A. Kayla cooks an egg in a pot of boiling water. B. Maya burns her hand by touching a light bulb. C. Essence wraps herself in an electric blanket to keep warm. D. Landen holds the end of a metal rod in fire to cook hot dogs. Science

Morning Work Jan. 15th Math Poetry
1. The Secret Seed by Allan Wolf A seed holds tomorrow inside her shell. What will she be? She will not tell. To find out what, you’ll have to wait and watch her grow from grain to great. 2. A. 6 B. 6.5 C. 1,300 D. 2,600 . 2.How do molecules change when the are transforming from a solid to a liquid? They get smaller They get further apart They get bigger They get closer together Science Julian combines two substances. Which of the following would indicate a chemical change? A. The shape changes B. The mixture separates C. A gas is produced D. Salt levels are high

Morning Work Jan. 16th Math Poetry The Last Shot
1. Poetry The Last Shot The crowd was as tense as a mouse meeting fear; Their backs are straighter than rulers. Time is like the speed of light. Everybody’s eyes are as large as saucers. I am always given the last shot; My aim is as certain as the rising sun. 2. 1.Christian left his bike outside in the winter. It was buried by the snow. In the Spring, the snow melted and he found his bike covered in rust. Which best describes the change to the bike? A. It was a chemical change because the bike was a different color. B. It was a chemical change because the tires deflated. C. It was a chemical change but the rust can be removed from the bike. D. It was a chemical change because rust is a new substance that has formed on the bike. 2. Annie puts ice into her glass to cool off her water. Eventually, the ice melted. What can be said about the weight of the glass with the ice and water compared to the glass of water after the ice melted?   a. The glass with ice weighed more than the glass of water after it melted. b. The glass with ice weight less than the glass of water after it melted. c. The weight never changed.   Science